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tmname=Takeshi |
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slogan=yes |
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sloganline="The Rock-Solid Pokémon Trainer!" |
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image=[[Image:FL Brock.png|150px]] |
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caption=Art from Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen |
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gender=Male |
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hometown=[[Pewter City]] |
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region=[[Kanto]] |
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relatives=[[Flint]] (father), [[Lola]] (mother), [[Forest]] (brother), [[Brock's siblings|8 other siblings]] |
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|relatives=[[Flint]] (father), [[Lola]] (mother), [[Forest]] (brother), [[Brock's siblings|8 other siblings]] (anime only)
trainer=yes |
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trainerclass=[[Gym Leader]], [[Pokémon breeder|Breeder]] |
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generation=[[Generation I|I]], [[Generation II|II]], [[Generation III|III]] |
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games=[[Pokémon Red and Blue|Red, Blue,]] [[Pokémon Yellow|Yellow,]] [[Pokémon Gold and Silver|Gold, Silver,]] [[Pokémon Crystal|Crystal,]] [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen|FireRed, LeafGreen,]] [[Pokémon Stadium|Stadium,]] [[Pokémon Stadium 2|Stadium 2]] |
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gym=Pewter Gym |
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type=[[Rock (type)|Rock]] |
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epnum=EP005 |
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'''Brock''' is the [[Gym Leader]] of the [[Pewter City]] [[Gym#Pewter Gym|Gym]]. He hands out the [[Badge#Boulderbadge|Boulderbadge]] to [[Pokémon trainer|trainers]] who defeat him. He specializes in {{t|Rock}}-type [[Pokémon]].
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'''Brock''' is the [[Gym Leader]] of the [[Pewter City]] [[Gym#Pewter Gym|Gym]]. He hands out the [[Badge#Boulderbadge|Boulderbadge]] to [[Pokémon trainer|trainers]] who defeat him. He specializes in {{t|Rock}}-type [[Pokémon]].
 
 
=In the anime=
 
=In the anime=
 
[[Image:Brock-anime1.jpg|left|thumb|Brock in the original series]]
 
[[Image:Brock-anime1.jpg|left|thumb|Brock in the original series]]
In the [[Pokémon anime|anime]], Brock is a [[Pokémon breeder]] who is a close friend and traveling companion of [[Ash Ketchum|Ash]]. His Japanese voice actor is うえだゆうじ ''[[Yūji Ueda]]'', and his English voice actors are [[Eric Stuart]] ([[EP005]]-[[AG145]]) and [[Bill Rogers]] ([[AG146]]-present). He originally trained [[Rock (type)|Rock-type]] [[Pokémon]], but has, since the beginning of the anime, diversified. He makes scrumptious [[Pokémon food]], and he hits on every pretty girl he meets, particularly [[Officer Jenny]] and [[Nurse Joy]]- both of whom he sings about in the [[Pokémon Karaokémon]] song ''[[Two Perfect Girls]]''. He also sings the ending theme タケシのパラダイス ''[[Takeshi's Paradise]]'', which is about pretty girls.
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In the [[Pokémon anime|anime]], Brock is a [[Pokémon breeder]] who is a close friend and traveling companion of [[Ash Ketchum|Ash]]. His Japanese voice actor is うえだゆうじ ''[[Yūji Ueda]]'', and his English voice actors are [[Eric Stuart]] ([[EP005]]-[[AG145]]) and [[Bill Rogers]] ([[AG146]]-present). He originally trained [[Rock (type)|Rock-type]] [[Pokémon]], but has, since the beginning of the anime, diversified. He makes scrumptious [[Pokémon food|food for Pokémon]] - and humans too, and he hits on every pretty girl he meets, particularly [[Officer Jenny]] and [[Nurse Joy]]- both of whom he sings about in the [[Pokémon Karaokémon]] song [[Two Perfect Girls]]. He also sings the ending theme タケシのパラダイス ''[[Takeshi's Paradise]]'', which is about pretty girls.
   
Brock's most notable feature about his appearance is that his eyes naturally appear closed. The rare times we see them open are when they are forced open unnaturally: from a hit with [[Ash's Charizard|Charmander]]'s {{m|Flamethrower}} in ''[[EP032|The Ninja Poké-Showdown]]'', when being hit in the back of the head by [[Jessie's Arbok|Arbok's]] tail in ''[[EP050|Who Gets to Keep Togepi?]]'', and when he makes a face for {{p|Larvitar}} in ''[[EP260|A Crowning Achievement]]''. He also has tan skin, notably darker than the skin of any other major character in the series. Because of these traits, there is a heated debate about what race Brock is, as many think he may be black, Latino, or Asian. Not counting temporary outfits, he has worn three different outfits over the span of the anime, all of which have had the colors orange, green, and brown in them.
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Brock's most notable feature about his appearance is that his eyes naturally appear closed. The rare times we see them open are when they are forced open unnaturally: from a hit with [[Ash's Charizard|Charmander]]'s {{m|Flamethrower}} in [[EP032|The Ninja Poké-Showdown]], when being hit in the back of the head by [[Jessie's Arbok|Arbok's]] tail in [[EP050|Who Gets to Keep Togepi?]], and when he makes a face for {{p|Larvitar}} in [[EP260|A Crowning Achievement]]. He also has tan skin, notably darker than the skin of any other major character in the series. Because of these traits, there is a heated debate about what race Brock is, as many think he may be black, Latino, or Asian. Not counting temporary outfits, he has worn three different outfits over the span of the anime, all of which have had the colors orange, green, and brown in them.
   
 
[[Image:TakeshiAG.png|thumb|right|Brock in the Advanced Generation series]]
 
[[Image:TakeshiAG.png|thumb|right|Brock in the Advanced Generation series]]
Brock is considered the most mature, wise and level-headed of the main characters, and though he does not have all the text-book knowledge memorized that [[Max]] does, he is debatably the most intelligent character as well. He often acts as an older brother and caretaker to the other characters and a voice of reason in disputes. He will usually place others before him and will help and support his friends even if it goes against his better judgement. He can understand the situations and strategies in any [[Pokémon battle]], and often explains them to the other characters.
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Brock is considered the most mature, wise and level-headed of the main characters, and though he does not have all the text-book knowledge memorized that [[Max]] does, he is debatably the most intelligent character as well. He often acts as an older brother and caretaker to the other characters and a voice of reason in disputes. He will usually place others before him and will help and support his friends even if it goes against his better judgement. He can understand the situations and strategies in any [[Pokémon battle]], and often explains them to the other characters.
   
Brock always carries books and maps with him, and thus is usually the character who knows where the group is headed and what they can do when they get there, though starting with [[Advanced Generation]] this role was mostly taken over by the [[PokéNav]]. He also carries a lot of other supplies, such as [[potion]]s and cookware; in ''[[EP009|The School of Hard Knocks]]'', the unnaturally large capacity of his [[bag]] was demonstrated, as he pulled out a table and full tea set out of his backpack. He is a domestic, and grooms not only his Pokémon but also those of his friends with whom he travels. He handles all the cooking and the cleaning, due to both his experience and talent with it and the fact that other characters show little to no ability in those areas.
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Brock always carries books and maps with him, and thus is usually the character who knows where the group is headed and what they can do when they get there, though starting with [[Advanced Generation]] this role was mostly taken over by the [[PokéNav]]. He also carries a lot of other supplies, such as [[potion]]s and cookware; in [[EP009|The School of Hard Knocks]], the unnaturally large capacity of his [[bag]] was demonstrated, as he pulled out a table and full tea set out of his backpack. He is a domestic, and grooms not only his Pokémon but also those of his friends with whom he travels. He handles all the cooking and the cleaning, due to both his experience and talent with it and the fact that other characters show little to no ability in those areas.
   
Despite this, all his maturity and rationality leaves him completely at the sight of a beautiful woman, as he falls in love with every pretty girl he meets. Brock has a desperate need for female companionship which grows worse as he continuously fails to gain it. He will do anything and everything he thinks will impress women, which inevitably ends with his heart being broken every time. A few women have shown interest in him as well, such as [[Erika]], [[Wilhemina]] and [[Pike Queen Lucy|Lucy]], but most either do not notice or care about him or are scared away by his forwardness. No matter how many times he is disappointed, though, Brock remains optimistic that he will one day find a girl to start a relationship with, and has indicated several times he would stop traveling with Ash and stay with the girl if this happened.
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Despite this, all his maturity and rationality leaves him completely at the sight of a beautiful woman, as he falls in love with every pretty girl he meets. Brock has a desperate need for female companionship which grows worse as he continuously fails to gain it. He will do anything and everything he thinks will impress women, which inevitably ends with his heart being broken every time. A few women have shown interest in him as well, such as [[Erika]], [[Wilhemina]] and [[Pike Queen Lucy|Lucy]], but most either do not notice or care about him or are scared away by his forwardness. No matter how many times he is disappointed, though, Brock remains optimistic that he will one day find a girl to start a relationship with, and has indicated several times he would stop traveling with Ash and stay with the girl if this happened.
   
 
[[Image:TakeshiDP.png|left|thumb|Brock in the Diamond and Pearl series]]
 
[[Image:TakeshiDP.png|left|thumb|Brock in the Diamond and Pearl series]]
He had a peculiar childhood and family life. His father, [[Flint]], left home to become a great [[Pokémon trainer|trainer]]. When he never returned, his mother, [[Lola]], left them as well, leaving Brock to take care of [[Brock's siblings|his siblings]] by himself (though the English version of ''[[EP005|Showdown in Pewter City]]'' has Flint claim she died, and some speculate he was lying). However, Flint eventually returned home considering himself a failure, and instead of returning to his family he donned a disguise and sold rocks as souvenirs at the edge of town. After Brock awarded Ash the Boulderbadge, Flint came forward and confessed who he was. Flint took on the responsibilities of the Pewter Gym and his family, leaving Brock free to journey with Ash and [[Misty]].
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He had a peculiar childhood and family life. His father, [[Flint]], left home to become a great [[Pokémon trainer|trainer]]. When he never returned, his mother, [[Lola]], left them as well, leaving Brock to take care of [[Brock's siblings|his siblings]] by himself (though the English version of [[EP005|Showdown in Pewter City]] has Flint claim she died, and some speculate he was lying). However, Flint eventually returned home considering himself a failure, and instead of returning to his family he donned a disguise and sold rocks as souvenirs at the edge of town. After Brock awarded Ash the Boulderbadge, Flint came forward and confessed who he was. Flint took on the responsibilities of the Pewter Gym and his family, leaving Brock free to journey with Ash and [[Misty]].
   
Brock only became the Gym Leader because he felt it was his responsibility, and he admitted to Ash that he would rather care for Pokémon than battle them. It is his dream to become a great breeder, and when Flint took back control of the Gym, Brock was allowed to start following this dream. Most notably, he took care of a [[Brock's Vulpix|Vulpix]] that belonged to a breeder named [[Susie]]. Shortly before Vulpix was returned, Brock used it in a Pokémon beauty contest.
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Brock only became the Gym Leader because he felt it was his responsibility, and he admitted to Ash that he would rather care for Pokémon than battle them. It is his dream to become a great breeder, and when Flint took back control of the Gym, Brock was allowed to start following this dream. Most notably, he took care of a [[Brock's Vulpix|Vulpix]] that belonged to a breeder named [[Susie]]. Shortly before Vulpix was returned, Brock used it in a Pokémon beauty contest.
   
Brock briefly left the show during the [[Pokémon: The Adventures in the Orange Islands|Orange Islands saga]] to work for [[Professor Ivy]] on [[Valencia Island]] and so is only seen in a couple of cameos in the [[Pokémon 2000|second movie]]. While there, something happened that will probably remain secret as Brock will only huddle and say "that name" whenever he is asked about it. (Brock does mention his work for her in ''[[Destiny Deoxys]]'', though this line was added in the dub.) After this incident, Brock returned to Kanto where he was found by [[Delia Ketchum]], who helped him to regain his strength. Brock then became a rival to [[Mimey]] until he rejoined Ash and Misty as the three traveled to [[Johto]].
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Brock briefly left the show during the [[Pokémon: The Adventures in the Orange Islands|Orange Islands saga]] to work for [[Professor Ivy]] on [[Valencia Island]] and so is only seen in a couple of cameos in the [[Pokémon 2000|second movie]]. While there, something happened that will probably remain secret as Brock will only huddle and say "that name" whenever he is asked about it. (Brock does mention his work for her in ''[[Destiny Deoxys]]'', though this line was added in the dub.) After this incident, Brock returned to Kanto where he was found by [[Delia Ketchum]], who helped him to regain his strength. Brock then became a rival to [[Mimey]] until he rejoined Ash and Misty as the three traveled to [[Johto]].
   
 
Upon his return home after journeying through Johto, Brock was dismayed to find that his mother had returned and commandeered the gym, turning the Rock-type haven into a brightly decorated {{t|Water}}-type den. Brock battled her for the honor of Rock-types and won, promising his brother [[Forest]] that he would become Gym Leader someday.
 
Upon his return home after journeying through Johto, Brock was dismayed to find that his mother had returned and commandeered the gym, turning the Rock-type haven into a brightly decorated {{t|Water}}-type den. Brock battled her for the honor of Rock-types and won, promising his brother [[Forest]] that he would become Gym Leader someday.
   
After that, Brock continued to follow Ash through [[Hoenn]], along with their new friends [[May (anime)|May]] and [[Max]], and then through Kanto again as Ash took on the [[Battle Frontier]]. He left extremely briefly when the Advanced Generation dissolved to visit his home, and is now traveling with Ash and [[Dawn (anime)|Dawn]] in [[Sinnoh]].
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After that, Brock continued to follow Ash through [[Hoenn]], along with their new friends [[May (anime)|May]] and [[Max]], and then through Kanto again as Ash took on the [[Battle Frontier]]. He left extremely briefly when the Advanced Generation dissolved to visit his home, and is now traveling with Ash and [[Dawn (anime)|Dawn]] in [[Sinnoh]].
 
Brock is among the longest-lived main characters in the anime, only being absent from the Orange Islands season and thus ranked under only the permanent characters of [[Ash Ketchum|Ash]], [[Ash's Pikachu|Pikachu]], [[Jessie]], [[James]], and [[Meowth (Team Rocket)|Meowth]]. Because of this, some fans believe he is too worn-out as a character and should be removed from the cast as soon as possible. Others believe he has established himself as a permanent character, and do not see him being removed from the cast any time in the near future.
 
   
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Brock is among the longest-lived main characters in the anime, only being absent from the Orange Islands season and thus ranked under only the permanent characters of [[Ash Ketchum|Ash]], [[Ash's Pikachu|Pikachu]], [[Jessie]], [[James]], and [[Meowth (Team Rocket)|Meowth]]. Because of this, some fans believe he is too worn-out as a character and should be removed from the cast as soon as possible. Others believe he has established himself as a permanent character, and do not see him being removed from the cast any time in the near future.
 
==Pokémon==
 
==Pokémon==
 
 
This listing is of Brock's Pokémon as of the most recent Japanese episode.
 
This listing is of Brock's Pokémon as of the most recent Japanese episode.
 
 
===On hand===
 
===On hand===
* {{p|Bonsly}} → [[Brock's Sudowoodo|Sudowoodo]]
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*{{p|Bonsly}} → [[Brock's Sudowoodo|Sudowoodo]]
* [[Brock's Croagunk|Croagunk]]
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*[[Brock's Croagunk|Croagunk]]
 
 
Additionally, it has been confirmed that Brock will obtain a [[Brock's Happiny|Happiny]] in a future episode.
 
Additionally, it has been confirmed that Brock will obtain a [[Brock's Happiny|Happiny]] in a future episode.
 
 
===At Pewter Gym===
 
===At Pewter Gym===
* [[Brock's Geodude|Geodude]]
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*[[Brock's Geodude|Geodude]]
* {{p|Onix}} → [[Brock's Steelix|Steelix]]
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*{{p|Onix}} → [[Brock's Steelix|Steelix]]
* {{p|Zubat}} → {{p|Golbat}} → [[Brock's Crobat|Crobat]]
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*{{p|Zubat}} → {{p|Golbat}} → [[Brock's Crobat|Crobat]]
* {{p|Lotad}} → {{p|Lombre}} → [[Brock's Ludicolo|Ludicolo]]
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*{{p|Lotad}} → {{p|Lombre}} → [[Brock's Ludicolo|Ludicolo]]
* {{p|Pineco}} → [[Brock's Forretress|Forretress]]
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*{{p|Pineco}} → [[Brock's Forretress|Forretress]]
* {{p|Mudkip}} → [[Brock's Marshtomp|Marshtomp]]
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*{{p|Mudkip}} → [[Brock's Marshtomp|Marshtomp]]
 
 
===Released===
 
===Released===
* [[Brock's Vulpix|Vulpix]] (he said, however, that he never considered Vulpix his own, and that he was only raising it for its true owner, [[Susie]])
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*[[Brock's Vulpix|Vulpix]] (he said, however, that he never considered Vulpix his own, and that he was only raising it for its true owner, [[Susie]])
 
 
=In the games=
 
=In the games=
[[Image:Sugimoribrockoriginal.png|thumb|Art of Brock from Pokémon Red and Blue]]
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[[Image:Sugimoribrockoriginal.png|thumb|Art of Brock from ''Pokémon Red and Blue'']]
Brock's title is ''The Rock-Solid Pokémon Trainer''. Brock is quite proud of his rock-hard willpower, and uses Rock-type Pokémon to complement this.
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Brock's title is “The Rock-Solid Pokémon Trainer“”. Brock is quite proud of his rock-hard willpower, and uses Rock-type Pokémon to complement this.
   
Brock is one of the few truly serious professional Pokémon trainers in the Pewter City area. He's tough, people respect him, and most admire him. Supposedly, it's hard to get him to laugh or drop his serious demeanor, but when he does, he can't stop.
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Brock is one of the few truly serious professional Pokémon trainers in the Pewter City area. He's tough, people respect him, and most admire him. Supposedly, it's hard to get him to laugh or drop his serious demeanor, but when he does, he can't stop.
   
 
Brock likes to dig for [[fossil]]s in [[Mt. Moon]], which is possibly how he ended up getting a {{p|Kabutops}} and {{p|Omastar}} in [[Generation II]].
 
Brock likes to dig for [[fossil]]s in [[Mt. Moon]], which is possibly how he ended up getting a {{p|Kabutops}} and {{p|Omastar}} in [[Generation II]].
   
In each game, there is only one other trainer in his gym: a [[Camper]], whose name is Jerry in [[Generation II]] and Liam in [[Generation III]]. This trainer usually isn't devoted to the Rock-type, and may use pure {{t|Ground}}-type Pokémon like {{p|Sandshrew}} and {{p|Diglett}}.
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In each game, there is only one other trainer in his gym: a [[Jr. Trainer♂/Camper|Camper]], whose name is Jerry in [[Generation II]] and Liam in [[Generation III]]. This trainer usually isn't devoted to the Rock-type, and may use pure {{t|Ground}}-type Pokémon like {{p|Sandshrew}} and {{p|Diglett}}.
 
In addition to the Boulderbadge, Brock gives out [[TM34]] for {{m|Bide}}, in [[Pokémon Red and Blue]], [[Pokémon Green]], and [[Pokémon Yellow]]. In [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen]], he gives out [[TM39]] for {{m|Rock Tomb}}. In [[Pokémon Gold and Silver]] and [[Pokémon Crystal]], he doesn't give out a [[TM]]. In the Generation I games and their Generation III remakes, one trainer will not allow you to continue onto [[Route 3]] until you have defeated Brock.
 
 
==[[Fame Checker]]==
 
This is a list of the Fame Checker's information on Brock in [[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen]].
 
; Pewter City - sign
 
: What does this person do?
 
: "Pewter City Pokémon Gym Leader: Brock the rock-solid Pokémon trainer!"
 
; Pewter Gym - Brock
 
: Favorite kind of Pokémon?
 
: "My rock-hard willpower is evident in even my Pokémon. My Pokémon are all rock hard and have true-grit determination. That's right - my Pokémon are all the Rock type!"
 
; Pewter City - young man
 
: What is this person like?
 
: "There aren't many serious Pokémon trainers here. They're all [[Bug Catcher]]s, you know, just hobbyists. But Pewter Gym's Brock isn't like that, not one bit."
 
; [[Route 4]] - boy
 
: What is this person like?
 
: "Brock is cool. He's not just tough. People like and respect him. I want to become a Gym Leader like him."
 
; [[Mt. Moon]] - man
 
: What does this person do?
 
: "Hi. I'm excavating for fossils here under Mt. Moon. Sometimes, Brock of Pewter Gym lends me a hand."
 
; [[Pewter Museum of Science|Pewter Museum]] - [[Pokémon magazines#Pokémon Journal|Pokémon Journal]]
 
: What is this person like?
 
: "Brock rarely laughs, but is said to be unable to stop if he starts."
 
   
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In addition to the Boulderbadge, Brock gives out [[TM34]] for {{m|Bide}}, in ''[[Pokémon Red and Blue]]'', ''[[Pokémon Green]]'', and ''[[Pokémon Yellow]]''. In ''[[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen]]'', he gives out [[TM39]] for {{m|Rock Tomb}}. In ''[[Pokémon Gold and Silver]]'' and ''[[Pokémon Crystal]]'', he doesn't give out a [[TM]]. In the Generation I games and their Generation III remakes, one trainer will not allow you to continue onto [[Route 3]] until you have defeated Brock.
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===Fame Checker===
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This is a list of the [[Fame Checker]]’s information on Brock in ''[[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen]]''.
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;Pewter City - sign
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*What does this person do?
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:“<sc>Pewter City Pok</sc>é<sc>mon Gym</sc>
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:<sc>Leader: Brock</sc>
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:The Rock-Solid <sc>Pok</sc>é<sc>mon trainer</sc>!”
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;Pewter Gym - Brock
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*Favorite kind of <sc>Pok</sc>é<sc>mon</sc>?
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:“My rock-hard willpower is evident in even my <sc>Pok</sc>é<sc>mon</sc>.
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:My <sc>Pok</sc>é<sc>mon</sc> are all rock hard and have true-grit determination.
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:That’s right - my <sc>Pok</sc>é<sc>mon</sc> are all the <sc>Rock</sc> type!”
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;Pewter City - young man
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*What is this person like?
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:“There aren’t many serious <sc>Pok</sc>é<sc>mon</sc> trainers here.
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:They’re all like <sc>[[Bug Catcher]]s</sc>, you know, just hobbyists.
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:But <sc>Pewter Gym</sc>’s <sc>Brock</sc> isn’t like that, not one bit.”
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;[[Route 4]] - boy
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*What is this person like?
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:“<sc>Brock</sc> is cool. He’s not just tough.
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:People like and respect him.
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:I want to become a <sc>Gym Leader</sc> like him.”
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;[[Mt. Moon]] - man
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*What does this person do?
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:“Hi. I’m excavating for fossils here under <sc>Mt. Moon</sc>.
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:Sometimes, <sc>Brock</sc> of <sc>Pewter Gym</sc> lends me a hand.”
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;[[Pewter Museum of Science|Pewter Museum]] - [[Pokémon magazines#Pokémon Journal|Pokémon Journal]]
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*What is this person like?
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:“<sc>Brock</sc> rarely laughs, but is said to be unable to stop if he starts.”
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;Message from <sc>Brock</sc>
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*From: <sc>Brock</sc>
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*To: [Player]
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:“In this big world of ours, there must be many tough <sc>trainers</sc>.
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:Let’s both keep training and making ourselves stronger!”
 
==Pokémon==
 
==Pokémon==
 
This listing is of Brock's Pokémon in the [[Pokémon games|games]] in which he has appeared.
 
This listing is of Brock's Pokémon in the [[Pokémon games|games]] in which he has appeared.
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===''[[Pokémon Red and Blue|Pokémon Red, Blue]]'' and ''[[Pokémon Red and Green|Green]]''===
===[[Pokémon Red and Blue|Pokémon Red, Blue]] and [[Pokémon Red and Green|Green]]===
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*Level 12 {{p|Geodude}}: {{m|Tackle}}, {{m|Defense Curl}}
* Level 12 {{p|Geodude}}: {{m|Tackle}}, {{m|Defense Curl}}
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*Level 14 {{p|Onix}}: {{m|Tackle}}, {{m|Screech}}, {{m|Bide}}, {{m|Bind}}
* Level 14 {{p|Onix}}: {{m|Tackle}}, {{m|Screech}}, {{m|Bide}}, {{m|Bind}}
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===''[[Pokémon Yellow]]''===
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*Level 10 {{p|Geodude}}: {{m|Tackle}}, {{m|Defense Curl}}
===[[Pokémon Yellow]]===
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*Level 12 {{p|Onix}}: {{m|Tackle}}, {{m|Screech}}, {{m|Bide}}, {{m|Bind}}
* Level 10 {{p|Geodude}}: {{m|Tackle}}, {{m|Defense Curl}}
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===''[[Pokémon Gold and Silver|Pokémon Gold, Silver]]'' and ''[[Pokémon Crystal|Crystal]]''===
* Level 12 {{p|Onix}}: {{m|Tackle}}, {{m|Screech}}, {{m|Bide}}, {{m|Bind}}
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*Level 41 {{p|Graveler}}: {{m|Defense Curl}}, {{m|Rock Slide}}, {{m|Rollout}}, {{m|Earthquake}}
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*Level 41 {{p|Rhyhorn}}: {{m|Fury Attack}}, {{m|Scary Face}}, {{m|Earthquake}}, {{m|Horn Drill}}
===[[Pokémon Gold and Silver|Pokémon Gold, Silver]] and [[Pokémon Crystal|Crystal]]===
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*Level 42 {{p|Omastar}}: {{m|Bite}}, {{m|Surf}}, {{m|Protect}}, {{m|Spike Cannon}}
* Level 41 {{p|Graveler}}: {{m|Defense Curl}}, {{m|Rock Slide}}, {{m|Rollout}}, {{m|Earthquake}}
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*Level 44 {{p|Onix}}: {{m|Bind}}, {{m|Rock Slide}}, {{m|Bide}}, {{m|Sandstorm}}
* Level 41 {{p|Rhyhorn}}: {{m|Fury Attack}}, {{m|Scary Face}}, {{m|Earthquake}}, {{m|Horn Drill}}
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*Level 42 {{p|Kabutops}}: {{m|Slash}}, {{m|Surf}}, {{m|Endure}}, {{m|Giga Drain}}
* Level 42 {{p|Omastar}}: {{m|Bite}}, {{m|Surf}}, {{m|Protect}}, {{m|Spike Cannon}}
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===''[[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen]]''===
* Level 44 {{p|Onix}}: {{m|Bind}}, {{m|Rock Slide}}, {{m|Bide}}, {{m|Sandstorm}}
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*Level 12 {{p|Geodude}}: {{m|Tackle}}, {{m|Defense Curl}}
* Level 42 {{p|Kabutops}}: {{m|Slash}}, {{m|Surf}}, {{m|Endure}}, {{m|Giga Drain}}
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*Level 14 {{p|Onix}}: {{m|Tackle}}, {{m|Bind}}, {{m|Rock Tomb }}
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===''[[Pokémon Stadium]]''===
===[[Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen]]===
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*Round 1 Pokémon
* Level 12 {{p|Geodude}} ♂: {{m|Tackle}}, {{m|Defense Curl}}
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**{{p|Onix}}
* Level 14 {{p|Onix}} ♂: {{m|Tackle}}, {{m|Bind}}, {{m|Rock Tomb }}
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**{{p|Cubone}}
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* Round 1 Pokémon
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** {{p|Onix}}
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**{{p|Kabuto}}
** {{p|Graveler}}
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** {{p|Cubone}}
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**{{p|Onix}}
** {{p|Vulpix}}
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** {{p|Omanyte}}
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**{{p|Golem}}
** {{p|Kabuto}}
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**{{p|Ninetales}}
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**{{p|Dugtrio}}
* Round 2 Pokémon
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** {{p|Golbat}}
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** {{p|Ninetales}}
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** {{p|Golem}}
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** {{p|Onix}}
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**{{p|Rhydon}}
** {{p|Pinsir}}
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** {{p|Forretress}}
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* Round 2 Pokémon
 
** {{p|Slowbro}}
 
** {{p|Rhydon}}
 
** {{p|Steelix}}
 
** {{p|Shuckle}}
 
** {{p|Heracross}}
 
** {{p|Ursaring}}
 
 
 
=In the Pokémon Special manga=
 
=In the Pokémon Special manga=
 
[[Image:Brock.PNG|right|frame|Brock]]
 
[[Image:Brock.PNG|right|frame|Brock]]
Brock is a brave trainer in [[Pokémon Special]], and he assists [[Erika]] and [[Misty]] in their [[Pokémon battle|battles]] against [[Team Rocket]]. He also gave [[Yellow (Special)|Yellow]] her {{p|Graveler}}.
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Brock is a brave trainer in ''[[Pokémon Special]]'', and he assists [[Erika]] and [[Misty]] in their [[Pokémon battle|battles]] against [[Team Rocket]]. He also gave [[Yellow (Special)|Yellow]] a {{p|Graveler}}.
   
 
Brock works as a security guard at the [[Pewter Museum of Science]].
 
Brock works as a security guard at the [[Pewter Museum of Science]].
 
 
==Pokémon==
 
==Pokémon==
 
This listing is of Brock's Pokémon in the Pokémon Special manga.
 
This listing is of Brock's Pokémon in the Pokémon Special manga.
 
 
===On hand===
 
===On hand===
* {{p|Geodude}}
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* {{p|Geodude}}
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*{{p|Geodude}}
* {{p|Geodude}}
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* {{p|Geodude}}
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* {{p|Kabuto}} &rarr; {{p|Kabutops}}
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*{{p|Kabuto}} &rarr; {{p|Kabutops}}
* {{p|Onix}}
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*{{p|Onix}}
 
 
===Released===
 
===Released===
* {{p|Graveler}} (given to Yellow)
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*{{p|Graveler}} (given to Yellow)
 
 
=In the TCG=
 
=In the TCG=
There is a [[Theme Deck]] named for Brock in the {{TCG|Gym Heroes}} expansion. It has two versions, [[Brock (TCG)|English]] and [[Brock (TCG - Japan)|Japanese]].
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There is a [[Theme Deck]] named for Brock in the {{TCG|Gym Heroes}} expansion. It has two versions, [[Brock (TCG)|English]] and [[Brock (TCG - Japan)|Japanese]].
 
 
==Artwork==
 
==Artwork==
 
Artwork from the cards:
 
Artwork from the cards:
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Image:BrockVS.jpg|Brock's updated VS headshot.
 
Image:BrockVS.jpg|Brock's updated VS headshot.
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
 
 
==Pokémon==
 
==Pokémon==
 
This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring Brock or his Pokémon in the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game|Pokémon TCG]].
 
This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring Brock or his Pokémon in the [[Pokémon Trading Card Game|Pokémon TCG]].
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====[["ADV-P" Promotional Cards]]====
 
====[["ADV-P" Promotional Cards]]====
 
*{{TCG ID|"ADV-P" Promotional Cards|Brock's Mudkip|38}}
 
*{{TCG ID|"ADV-P" Promotional Cards|Brock's Mudkip|38}}
 
 
=In the TFG=
 
=In the TFG=
 
{{TFG ID|Next Quest|Brock|39}} appears as a rare trainer figure in the launch set, {{TFG|Next Quest}}, of the [[Pokémon Trading Figure Game]].
 
{{TFG ID|Next Quest|Brock|39}} appears as a rare trainer figure in the launch set, {{TFG|Next Quest}}, of the [[Pokémon Trading Figure Game]].
 
 
=Trivia=
 
=Trivia=
* The Japanese name of the Boulderbadge is the ''Grey Badge''.
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*The Japanese name of the Boulderbadge is the ''Grey Badge''.
* Most official sources do not give Brock a last name. However, several sources suggest that in the anime, his last name is Harrison. In the July 2006 issue of [[wp:K-Zone|K-Zone]] Magazine, [[Eric Stuart]] was interviewed and stated that Brock's last name is Harrison.
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*Most official sources do not give Brock a last name. However, several sources suggest that in the anime, his last name is Harrison. In the July 2006 issue of [[wp:K-Zone|K-Zone]] Magazine, [[Eric Stuart]] was interviewed and stated that Brock's last name is Harrison.
* Brock has the most airtime out of all of Ash's companions, being present in every season except for the [[Orange Islands]] saga.
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*Brock has the most airtime out of all of Ash's companions, being present in every season except for the [[Orange Islands]] saga.
 
 
==Names==
 
==Names==
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! Language
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!Language
! Name
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!Name
! Reference to
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| Japanese
 
| タケシ ''Takeshi''
 
| 武 ''Takeshi'', a name; or 猛し ''takeshi'', brave. Contains the word たけ (''take''), mountain.
 
 
|-
 
|-
| English
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|Japanese
| Brock
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|タケシ ''Takeshi''
| ''Badger''; rhymes with ''rock''.
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| ''Takeshi'', a name; or 猛し ''takeshi'', brave. Contains the word たけ (''take''), mountain.
 
|-
 
|-
| French
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|English
| Pierre
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|Brock
| Literally means "stone".
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|''Badger''; rhymes with ''rock''.
 
|-
 
|-
| German
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|French
| Rocko
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|Pierre
| From English ''rock''.
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|Literally means "stone".
 
|-
 
|-
| Hebrew
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|German
| ברוּק
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|Rocko
| Transliteration of ''Brock''.
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|From English ''rock''.
 
|-
 
|-
| Russian
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|Hebrew
| Брок ''Brok''
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|ברוּק
| Transliteration of ''Brock''.
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|Transliteration of ''Brock''.
 
|-
 
|-
| Chinese
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|Russian
| 小剛 ''Xiǎo Gàng''
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|Брок ''Brok''
| 剛 is taken from 剛 ''Takeshi'', an alternate spelling of the name.
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|Transliteration of ''Brock''.
 
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| Korean
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|Chinese
| 웅이 ''Ung-i''
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|小剛 ''Xiǎo Gàng''
| '웅' means 'man-like', brave. A common word used for boy's names in Korea
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|Korean
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|웅이 ''Ung-i''
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|'웅' means 'man-like', brave. A common word used for boy's names in Korea
 
|}
 
|}
 
 
=External links=
 
=External links=
 
==On Bulbagarden forums==
 
==On Bulbagarden forums==
* [http://bmgf.bulbagarden.net/showthread.php?t=8976 The Brock Club]
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*[http://bmgf.bulbagarden.net/showthread.php?t=8976 The Brock Club]
 
 
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Brock
タケシ Takeshi
""The Rock-Solid Pokémon Trainer!""
[[File:150px|{{{size}}}]]
Art from Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen
Gender Male
Hometown Pewter City
Region Kanto
Relatives Flint (father), Lola (mother), Forest (brother), 8 other siblings (anime only)
Trainer class Gym Leader, Breeder
Generation I, II, III
Games Red, Blue, Yellow, Gold, Silver, Crystal, FireRed, LeafGreen, Stadium, Stadium 2
Leader of Pewter Gym
Badge Boulderbadge
Anime debut Showdown in Pewter City
English voice actor Unknown
Japanese voice actor Unknown

Brock is the Gym Leader of the Pewter City Gym. He hands out the Boulderbadge to trainers who defeat him. He specializes in Rock-type Pokémon.

In the anime

File:Brock-anime1.jpg
Brock in the original series

In the anime, Brock is a Pokémon breeder who is a close friend and traveling companion of Ash. His Japanese voice actor is うえだゆうじ Yūji Ueda, and his English voice actors are Eric Stuart (EP005-AG145) and Bill Rogers (AG146-present). He originally trained Rock-type Pokémon, but has, since the beginning of the anime, diversified. He makes scrumptious food for Pokémon - and humans too, and he hits on every pretty girl he meets, particularly Officer Jenny and Nurse Joy- both of whom he sings about in the Pokémon Karaokémon song “Two Perfect Girls”. He also sings the ending theme タケシのパラダイス “Takeshi's Paradise”, which is about pretty girls.

Brock's most notable feature about his appearance is that his eyes naturally appear closed. The rare times we see them open are when they are forced open unnaturally: from a hit with Charmander's Flamethrower in “The Ninja Poké-Showdown”, when being hit in the back of the head by Arbok's tail in “Who Gets to Keep Togepi?”, and when he makes a face for Larvitar in “A Crowning Achievement”. He also has tan skin, notably darker than the skin of any other major character in the series. Because of these traits, there is a heated debate about what race Brock is, as many think he may be black, Latino, or Asian. Not counting temporary outfits, he has worn three different outfits over the span of the anime, all of which have had the colors orange, green, and brown in them.

File:TakeshiAG.png
Brock in the Advanced Generation series

Brock is considered the most mature, wise and level-headed of the main characters, and though he does not have all the text-book knowledge memorized that Max does, he is debatably the most intelligent character as well. He often acts as an older brother and caretaker to the other characters and a voice of reason in disputes. He will usually place others before him and will help and support his friends even if it goes against his better judgement. He can understand the situations and strategies in any Pokémon battle, and often explains them to the other characters.

Brock always carries books and maps with him, and thus is usually the character who knows where the group is headed and what they can do when they get there, though starting with Advanced Generation this role was mostly taken over by the PokéNav. He also carries a lot of other supplies, such as potions and cookware; in “The School of Hard Knocks”, the unnaturally large capacity of his bag was demonstrated, as he pulled out a table and full tea set out of his backpack. He is a domestic, and grooms not only his Pokémon but also those of his friends with whom he travels. He handles all the cooking and the cleaning, due to both his experience and talent with it and the fact that other characters show little to no ability in those areas.

Despite this, all his maturity and rationality leaves him completely at the sight of a beautiful woman, as he falls in love with every pretty girl he meets. Brock has a desperate need for female companionship which grows worse as he continuously fails to gain it. He will do anything and everything he thinks will impress women, which inevitably ends with his heart being broken every time. A few women have shown interest in him as well, such as Erika, Wilhemina and Lucy, but most either do not notice or care about him or are scared away by his forwardness. No matter how many times he is disappointed, though, Brock remains optimistic that he will one day find a girl to start a relationship with, and has indicated several times he would stop traveling with Ash and stay with the girl if this happened.

File:TakeshiDP.png
Brock in the Diamond and Pearl series

He had a peculiar childhood and family life. His father, Flint, left home to become a great trainer. When he never returned, his mother, Lola, left them as well, leaving Brock to take care of his siblings by himself (though the English version of “Showdown in Pewter City” has Flint claim she died, and some speculate he was lying). However, Flint eventually returned home considering himself a failure, and instead of returning to his family he donned a disguise and sold rocks as souvenirs at the edge of town. After Brock awarded Ash the Boulderbadge, Flint came forward and confessed who he was. Flint took on the responsibilities of the Pewter Gym and his family, leaving Brock free to journey with Ash and Misty.

Brock only became the Gym Leader because he felt it was his responsibility, and he admitted to Ash that he would rather care for Pokémon than battle them. It is his dream to become a great breeder, and when Flint took back control of the Gym, Brock was allowed to start following this dream. Most notably, he took care of a Vulpix that belonged to a breeder named Susie. Shortly before Vulpix was returned, Brock used it in a Pokémon beauty contest.

Brock briefly left the show during the Orange Islands saga to work for Professor Ivy on Valencia Island and so is only seen in a couple of cameos in the second movie. While there, something happened that will probably remain secret as Brock will only huddle and say "that name" whenever he is asked about it. (Brock does mention his work for her in Destiny Deoxys, though this line was added in the dub.) After this incident, Brock returned to Kanto where he was found by Delia Ketchum, who helped him to regain his strength. Brock then became a rival to Mimey until he rejoined Ash and Misty as the three traveled to Johto.

Upon his return home after journeying through Johto, Brock was dismayed to find that his mother had returned and commandeered the gym, turning the Rock-type haven into a brightly decorated Water-type den. Brock battled her for the honor of Rock-types and won, promising his brother Forest that he would become Gym Leader someday.

After that, Brock continued to follow Ash through Hoenn, along with their new friends May and Max, and then through Kanto again as Ash took on the Battle Frontier. He left extremely briefly when the Advanced Generation dissolved to visit his home, and is now traveling with Ash and Dawn in Sinnoh.

Brock is among the longest-lived main characters in the anime, only being absent from the Orange Islands season and thus ranked under only the permanent characters of Ash, Pikachu, Jessie, James, and Meowth. Because of this, some fans believe he is too worn-out as a character and should be removed from the cast as soon as possible. Others believe he has established himself as a permanent character, and do not see him being removed from the cast any time in the near future.

Pokémon

This listing is of Brock's Pokémon as of the most recent Japanese episode.

On hand

Additionally, it has been confirmed that Brock will obtain a Happiny in a future episode.

At Pewter Gym

Released

  • Vulpix (he said, however, that he never considered Vulpix his own, and that he was only raising it for its true owner, Susie)

In the games

Art of Brock from Pokémon Red and Blue

Brock's title is “The Rock-Solid Pokémon Trainer“”. Brock is quite proud of his rock-hard willpower, and uses Rock-type Pokémon to complement this.

Brock is one of the few truly serious professional Pokémon trainers in the Pewter City area. He's tough, people respect him, and most admire him. Supposedly, it's hard to get him to laugh or drop his serious demeanor, but when he does, he can't stop.

Brock likes to dig for fossils in Mt. Moon, which is possibly how he ended up getting a Kabutops and Omastar in Generation II.

In each game, there is only one other trainer in his gym: a Camper, whose name is Jerry in Generation II and Liam in Generation III. This trainer usually isn't devoted to the Rock-type, and may use pure Ground-type Pokémon like Sandshrew and Diglett.

In addition to the Boulderbadge, Brock gives out TM34 for Bide, in Pokémon Red and Blue, Pokémon Green, and Pokémon Yellow. In Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen, he gives out TM39 for Rock Tomb. In Pokémon Gold and Silver and Pokémon Crystal, he doesn't give out a TM. In the Generation I games and their Generation III remakes, one trainer will not allow you to continue onto Route 3 until you have defeated Brock.

Fame Checker

This is a list of the Fame Checker’s information on Brock in Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen.

Pewter City - sign
  • What does this person do?
Pewter City Pokémon Gym
Leader: Brock
The Rock-Solid Pokémon trainer!”
Pewter Gym - Brock
  • Favorite kind of Pokémon?
“My rock-hard willpower is evident in even my Pokémon.
My Pokémon are all rock hard and have true-grit determination.
That’s right - my Pokémon are all the Rock type!”
Pewter City - young man
  • What is this person like?
“There aren’t many serious Pokémon trainers here.
They’re all like Bug Catchers, you know, just hobbyists.
But Pewter Gym’s Brock isn’t like that, not one bit.”
Route 4 - boy
  • What is this person like?
Brock is cool. He’s not just tough.
People like and respect him.
I want to become a Gym Leader like him.”
Mt. Moon - man
  • What does this person do?
“Hi. I’m excavating for fossils here under Mt. Moon.
Sometimes, Brock of Pewter Gym lends me a hand.”
Pewter Museum - Pokémon Journal
  • What is this person like?
Brock rarely laughs, but is said to be unable to stop if he starts.”
Message from Brock
  • From: Brock
  • To: [Player]
“In this big world of ours, there must be many tough trainers.
Let’s both keep training and making ourselves stronger!”

Pokémon

This listing is of Brock's Pokémon in the games in which he has appeared.

Pokémon Red, Blue and Green

Pokémon Yellow

Pokémon Gold, Silver and Crystal

Pokémon FireRed and LeafGreen

Pokémon Stadium

Pokémon Stadium 2

In the Pokémon Special manga

Brock is a brave trainer in Pokémon Special, and he assists Erika and Misty in their battles against Team Rocket. He also gave Yellow a Graveler.

Brock works as a security guard at the Pewter Museum of Science.

Pokémon

This listing is of Brock's Pokémon in the Pokémon Special manga.

On hand

Released

In the TCG

There is a Theme Deck named for Brock in the Gym Heroes expansion. It has two versions, English and Japanese.

Artwork

Artwork from the cards:

Pokémon

This listing is of cards mentioning or featuring Brock or his Pokémon in the Pokémon TCG.

In Gym Heroes

In Gym Challenge

In Pokémon VS

Alto Mare Half Deck

Mew Half Deck

Manaphy Half Deck

In Promotional Cards

Unnumbered Promotional Cards

"ADV-P" Promotional Cards

In the TFG

Brock appears as a rare trainer figure in the launch set, Next Quest, of the Pokémon Trading Figure Game.

Trivia

  • The Japanese name of the Boulderbadge is the Grey Badge.
  • Most official sources do not give Brock a last name. However, several sources suggest that in the anime, his last name is Harrison. In the July 2006 issue of K-Zone Magazine, Eric Stuart was interviewed and stated that Brock's last name is Harrison.
  • Brock has the most airtime out of all of Ash's companions, being present in every season except for the Orange Islands saga.

Names

Language Name Reference to
Japanese タケシ Takeshi Takeshi, a name; or 猛し takeshi, brave. Contains the word たけ (take), mountain.
English Brock Badger; rhymes with rock.
French Pierre Literally means "stone".
German Rocko From English rock.
Hebrew ברוּק Transliteration of Brock.
Russian Брок Brok Transliteration of Brock.
Chinese 小剛 Xiǎo Gàng 剛 is taken from 剛 Takeshi, an alternate spelling of the name.
Korean 웅이 Ung-i '웅' means 'man-like', brave. A common word used for boy's names in Korea

External links

On Bulbagarden forums

Gym Leaders of the Kanto region
Pewter Gym Boulder Badge
Brock OD.png
Brock
Cerulean Gym Cascade Badge
Misty OD.png
Misty
Vermilion Gym Thunder Badge
Lt Surge OD.png
Lt. Surge
Celadon Gym Rainbow Badge
Erika OD.png
Erika
Fuchsia Gym Soul Badge
Koga OD.png Janine OD.png
Koga Janine
Saffron Gym Marsh Badge
Sabrina OD.png
Sabrina
Cinnabar Gym Volcano Badge
Blaine OD.png
Blaine
Viridian Gym Earth Badge
Giovanni OD.png Blue
Giovanni Blue
Anime characters
Protagonists Ash KetchumPikachuMistyTogeticBrockTracey SketchitMayMaxDawnPiplupIrisAxewCilanSerenaClemontBonnieDedenneLanaKiaweLillieSophoclesMallowRotom Pokédex
Rivals GaryRitchieHarrisonDrewHarleyMorrisonTysonSolidadPaulNandoZoeyKennyConwayBarryUrsulaTobiasTripBiancaBurgundyStephanGeorgiaCameronVirgilAriaAlainMietteTiernoShaunaTrevorNiniSawyerGladionHoracioHau
Antagonists JessieJamesMeowthWobbuffetGiovanniButchCassidyDr. NambaMatoriPierceDr. ZagerGozuTabithaMaxieShellyArchieHunter JSaturnCyrusMarsJupiterCharonColressAldithGhetsisBarretMalamarLysandreMableCelosiaAlianaXerosicBryonyTuppZippRappPlumeriaGuzmaViren
Professors Professor OakProfessor IvyProfessor ElmProfessor BirchProfessor RowanProfessor CarolinaProfessor JuniperDr. FennelCedric JuniperProfessor SycamoreProfessor KukuiProfessor Burnet
Relatives Delia KetchumDaisyVioletLilyJames's parentsNanny and Pop-PopFlintLolaForrestBrock's siblingsNormanCarolineJohannaChiliCressGraceMeyerLana's fatherLana's motherHarper and SarahRangoSimaMimoKiawe's grandfatherMohnLusamineGladionSophocles's parentsMolayneAbeMallow's motherUlu
Supporting Ho-OhOfficer JennyNurse JoyMagikarp salesmanJigglypuffTodd SnapCharles GoodshowCaseyGranbullLizaSakuraLanceLarvitarRaoul ContestaMr. SukizoStevenVivian MeridianRobertScottLilian MeridianSolanaMarianLake guardiansYuzoRhondaCynthiaReggieAngieLookerIzzy and CaraLyraKhouryDon GeorgeAlderLukeFreddy O'MartianIngoEmmetMeloettaJervisNAnthea and ConcordiaPorterAlexaSophieCosetteClembotSanpeiMairinAstridDianthaGurkinnMonsieur PierrePalermoKeananMalvaSquishyZ2Guardian deitiesBewearSamson OakAnelaToucannon's flockStoutlandHobbesNinaAnnaLakiOranguruDanaYansuLight trioWickeFabaUltra BeastsGrandpa ForestIlimaAcerolaDiaGym LeadersElite FourCoordinatorsFrontier BrainsPerformersIsland KahunasRecurring wild PokémonMany temporary characters